Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Jalisco Cartel vs Santa Rosa Cartel: the war of white color meth against blue

 Steve C Borderland Beat  El Universal

In Guanajuato, the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel have chosen to color the amphetamines they sell to verify that in the towns they control, it is the only one that is sold


Criminal groups in Guanajuato dispute the sale of methamphetamine, a drug known as "Cristal", which they dye in colors so that the drug dealers do not sell that of their adversary group.

This was announced by journalists Denisse Maerker in her newscast "En Punto", on Monday night, where she explained that the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel , an organization that was led by the now detained José Antonio Yépez Ortiz "El Marro " paints its product color blue, however, the Cartel Jalisco New Generation, the group led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, "El Mencho" is white, this in order to verify that the drug is only sold in the towns they control.

David Saucedo, Security Analyst, commented to the newscast that often drugs are sold with the logo of criminal groups.

"Sometimes it is with the logo of the elite group, which are the special operations groups that the CJNG has," said the analyst.

If any of the groups detect that the rival group's drugs are sold in the areas they control, they investigate who is the person who markets it, and then assassinate him, which has led to an increase in homicides in the state.

EL UNIVERSAL publishes on its front page that so far this month there have already been 77 deaths, derived from the fight between the Jalisco Cartel and the Santa Rosa Cartel.

Just this Monday an armed attack in the municipality of Jaral del Progreso left five dead, and four more people seriously injured.

The dispute over the sale of the “glass” (crystal)  has also caused its consumers to increase, since from 2004 to 2020 it has increased by 58% in the state of Guanajuato, according to a graph of youth integration centers.


30 comments:

  1. That's jale azul again, people literally getting dismembered over the color. Yikes.

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    1. Amazing is the amount of users of this devils drug in Mexico
      where are the poor people getting money to pay for their habit ?

      They blame USA for the Violence but it seems like Mexico has to share the blame
      killing other Mexicans in Mexico because they bought the wrong gangs drugs
      B.B. how many users in Mexico are there ??
      why are we not hearing about them and the damage being done to Mexican communitys because of this horriable Drug

      Turning on your own people.

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    2. 9:45
      It's sad drug use is shooting up in Mexico.

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    3. Yeeps, US POLITICS, pay the sharecroopers in species, both countries also had to import slaves to replace the almost extinct indigenous population because of their well cultured european epidemics and murdering.
      Even the zetas saw it as progress to get paid with a few kilos instead of money until ot is the practice now, the addicted low level help never see any worthy money.
      They need new laws to help so they can sue their employers for minimum wages, retroactive.

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  2. So, what is gonna stop one group to color the product and sell it as the right product for the area? Not fool proof is it lol

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    1. But when the penalty is being dismembered alive...

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    2. Yea, that does change the game, does it not lol

      However, we see it is not a deterrent in Mexico.

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  3. What a shitty choice for young people. Become a tweaker or sell your soul to the devil and join the cartels. Smh

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  4. That's actually a pretty smart method to determine whose selling for your competitors. Damn. I would not be hanging around if I were a low level dealer there.

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    1. I think the problem for the "low level" dealers is they are prolly selling to support their own habit. Smh

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  5. If dealers are caught selling the opposition’s meth, they will be asked politely to switch over and sell their drugs. If they don’t jump on board, then they will be killed. Cartels know that most of them are just average dealers and doing it for the $. Not necessarily a cartel member.

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    1. The problem is that both sides are demanding you sell their meth. That's where the entire thing becomes tricky. It comes down to who guarantees the slowest death at that point.

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    2. i hope this is sarcasm..they kill them just incase..get real.

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    3. WTF not cartal members it dosent matter it was sold by a gang member
      I would change the colors just to fck with the Gang members
      Yellow Pink Purple Black
      Sit back and watch them kill each other

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  6. If i was a meth head, ill rather take the blue stuff

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    1. Lol, someone who knows the difference. Good job. As you can see the Jaliscos stuff is stomped in this picture. Seems like funds and chemicals are starting to run low for them. Wonder why.....
      100

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  7. Hiesenberg works for Santa Rosa?

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    1. Hiesenberg works for Michoacanos ONLY because he’s scared of them and knows they’re real ruthless!

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  8. Reportando de GTO: Por eso le dicen a Gordo Paz tambien el azul. Por su merchandise. Nunca rebajada y de buen savor.

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  9. The big story is this: Not so long ago, there were close to zero tweakers in Mexico. Now there are many.

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    1. Not so long ago ?? Like What 20 yrs ago ?

      When was not Long Ago please Tell !!

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    2. @8:19 well i remember "piedra" and "foco" mentioned many times back in Mexico 2009 when i went for summer break

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    3. 9:50 With the mexican army murdering Nacho Coronel for La Mencha, but as the US was waking up to the Opioid Epidemic, and Washington lawmakers started pushing to stop the legal trafficking of opioid prescriptions, big pharma had looong lists of orphaned clients. They contracted La Mencha and Co. and had it all reddy and running from day one

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    4. The US did not have to “wake up”. Lawamakers/big pharma intentionally created the opioid epidemic and it has been flourishing since. @5:06

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    5. 4:50 US Lawmakers got WOKE when the cat got out of the bag, they knew of course, but lobbyists money, millions of dollars straight from Big Pharma led them to believe they could pull the wool over America's eyes forever and again and again, and according ro the Lincoln Project they were right again.

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  10. El jale azul vale pura berga its jus dye

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    1. Todo el cristal vale “Berga” porque no mejor fuman mota, ese cristal y fenty va a acabar con esta generación de chamacos drogadictos

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    2. If not just a dye or every cartel would already have every crayon color meth available dont trust me but trust

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  11. Wow Korn Dog...I never thought you as a racist, but what you just sent in about black people was shocking.

    Disappointed 💔

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